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MOLD REMOVAL. DONE.

Understanding Mold

  • Mold is natural in the environment.
  • Mold is often associated with moisture issues such as:
    • Plumbing leaks
    • Roof leaks
    • Condensation line leaks
    • Failing shower pan
    • High humidity
    • Wet Crawl spaces
  • Mold is natural in the environment.
  • Mold can grow within 48 hours of a moisture issue.
  • Some molds are known to be more hazardous to your health. However, mold in any indoor environment can be hazardous to your health

10 Indicators of Mold

  • The property recently experienced a water leak
  • Visible Dark spots on walls or ceilings
  • Musty smell
  • Unexplainable health problems
  • Burning sensation of eyes, skin, nose, or throat
  • Unexplainable worsening of asthma symptoms
  • Pneumonia symptoms

Health Effects

The EPA outlines many of the health effects associated with exposure to mold. These vary widely depending on the individual and severity of the problem. Some common effects are:

  • Increased respiratory issues
  • Increased allergy symptoms
  • Triggering of asthma attacks
  • Eye irritation
  • Skin rash and irritation
  • Headaches
  • Short-term memory loss
  • Aspergillosis — mold growing in your lungs

Learn more about Mold in your home from the EPA

What to Do Until Help Arrives

DO

  • Turn off any air moving equipment in your home. HVAC systems and fans can cause the mold to spread.
  • Close off the space. Reduce exposure and help with containment by closing doors or cabinets, restricting access to the contaminated area for your family, pets, and yourself.
  • Attempt to determine the water source. Try to find where water is coming in and take appropriate action to stop it if possible.

DO NOT

  • Do not disturb the mold. Don’t touch the mold, blow air over surfaces with visible or suspected contamination.
  • Do not attempt to clean the area yourself. Don’t try to dry the area or spray bleach or other disinfectants.
  • Do not paint over the mold.

What to expect from Shield

Step One: Inspection

  • Quick response time to your call or internet request
  • Free local inspection including moisture and humidity readings
  • On time inspections by a trained professional

Step Two: Estimate

  • WE provide a written report with a detailed estimate and answer any questions you may have about the costs.
  • YOU approve the estimate and our rapids response scheduling via email or digital signature

Step Three: Mold Removal

    • Containment: We use various types of containment to insure that the mold is able to be removed without any danger to other areas of the property.
    • Negative air: Establishing negative air in the workspace provides an additional layer of protection.
    • Removal of affected materials as necessary: Sometimes mold growth is so heavy or the moisture content is so great that we must remove some building materials such as drywall, carpet, cabinets, etc.
    • Cleaning and Disinfecting: We use approved techniques including HEPA vacuuming, hand wiping, applying EPA approved disinfectants and antimicrobials
    • Air Filtration: We use powerful air cleaning equipment with HEPA filtration to remove any airborne contaminants after our work is done.

*Our mold removal process follows EPA and IICRC standards

Step Four: Mold Removal. DONE.
Step Five: Relax and refer a friend

See our techs in action

Environmental Protection. Done.

Environmental Protection. Done.